The Fisher Auditorium at the Ohio State University Campus in Wooster became perhaps the busiest bookstore in Ohio, at least for one day.
Saturday, November 6th was the 23rd annual Buckeye Book Fair, the largest book show in Ohio attracting more than 100 authors with Ohio roots.
Hundreds of customers packed the auditorium in a day-long chance to meet the authors and get autographed copies of their books.
Some of the featured authors this year included Regina Brett and her book, “God Never Blinks: 50 Lessons for Life’s Little Detours”, Plain Dealer Sports Writer Terry Pluto and his new book, “Things I’ve learned from watching the Browns,” Fox 8 TV Sportscaster Dan Coughlin and his new book, “Crazy with the papers to prove it.” Maura Poston Zagrans and Dr. Issam Nemeh and their book, “Miracles every day” and myself with my new book, “Tales from the road.”
The show, which attracts book lovers from all over Ohio and nearby states is usually held the first Saturday in November each year. You can read more about the show and the authors that were present at their website at http://www.Buckeyebookfair.com